Restaurant employee fired after writing & # 39; Black b ***** s in silver car & # 39; on the customer's receipt

Male restaurant employee in Mississippi fired after writing & # 39; Black b ***** s in silver car & # 39; on the receipt of an African American woman

  • An employee of a restaurant in Mississippi was fired after he had written a racial blemish on the bill of a black woman
  • Alexia Washington and a friend visited Vrij Who & # 39; s on Friday and ordered food
  • They were shocked when they & # 39; Black b ***** s in silver car & # 39; on their receipt
  • The Who Dat & # 39; s manager later apologized and fired the employee

Alexa Washington, (photo), was furious after an employee at the top of her receipt wrote: & # 39; Black b ***** s in silver car & # 39; in a restaurant that she visited on Friday

Alexa Washington, (photo), was furious after an employee at the top of her receipt wrote: & # 39; Black b ***** s in silver car & # 39; in a restaurant that she visited on Friday

An employee of a restaurant in Mississippi was fired after he had written a racist message on the bill of an African-American woman.

Alexia Washington and a friend placed a meal order at Who Dat & # 39; s in Oxford on Friday.

But they were shocked when they received a receipt from a male employee at the drive-thru and saw a line read: & # 39; Black b ***** s in silver car. & # 39;

Washington said she immediately reported the inappropriate comment to the manager of Who Dat & # 39; s who apologized to the employee.

However, she was still disturbed by the nasty message from the restaurant employee and posted a photo of it on Facebook.

& # 39; My car is not for one silver. For two I was not rude.

& # 39; I had no hostility whatsoever. He wasn't hostile to me, & she said in a now deleted Facebook post.

She claims that she had asked to dismiss the employee who printed the bribe on the receipt because she was ridiculously racially ridiculous and humiliated as an African-American woman & # 39; felt.

She decided to post her message on social media after her questions to the manager were unheard of.

& # 39; I seek justice for this hate crime and I will no longer be silent & # 39 ;, she wrote.

The drive-thru employee at the Who Dat restaurant in Oxford, Mississippi, placed a racial blemish on the top of her voucher that reads: & # 39; Black b ***** s in silver car & # 39;

The drive-thru employee at the Who Dat restaurant in Oxford, Mississippi, placed a racial blemish on the top of her voucher that reads: & # 39; Black b ***** s in silver car & # 39;

The drive-thru employee at the Who Dat restaurant in Oxford, Mississippi, placed a racial blemish on the top of her voucher that reads: & # 39; Black b ***** s in silver car & # 39;

& # 39; I have been living in Oxford for 5 years now and am still dealing with this kind of ignorance. I am not a rude or hateful person.

& # 39; I was not rude when I was in this establishment and was greeted with this kind of service. I won't stand for it. & # 39;

Shortly after her message, Who Dat & # 39; s owner Wylie Coleman placed one message say on Facebook that the employee's contract has been terminated.

He said he'd sat down with Washington for over an hour on Tuesday to discuss the matter.

Alexia Washington said she was shocked by the incident and decided to post about it on Facebook, saying she thought the employee should be fired because of his racist remark

Alexia Washington said she was shocked by the incident and decided to post about it on Facebook, saying she thought the employee should be fired because of his racist remark

Alexia Washington said she was shocked by the incident and decided to post about it on Facebook, saying she thought the employee should be fired because of his racist remark

Washington said she immediately reported the inappropriate comment to the manager of Who Dat & # 39; s who apologized to the employee

Washington said she immediately reported the inappropriate comment to the manager of Who Dat & # 39; s who apologized to the employee

Washington said she immediately reported the inappropriate comment to the manager of Who Dat & # 39; s who apologized to the employee

He added: "The words on the coupons were inexplicable to me." The first step was taken by myself to the employee who was aware that they were terminated immediately.

& # 39; Madam. Washington and I decided that this was necessary because food service could be compromised and that is the only way to continue with what happened.

& # 39; We have agreed to take steps to prohibit this and all individuals who feel in any way may be allowed to marginalize people to a word or level. & # 39;

He claimed that Washington was sweet and communicative during their interaction.

He added: & # 39; I apologize not only to her but to everyone and everyone who can be labeled in life. & # 39;

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